Michigan Vs. South Carolina
Tomorrow, 3:30 p.m.
Friday, September 20, 1985
Lady Northern Invitational
Today, 8:30 a.m.
University Golf Course
The Michigan Daily
Harrier hopes fall on pair's shoulders
By MARK BOROWSKY
To the unfamiliar, cross country is
a peculiar sport. Someone can win the
race and the team gets wiped out. The4
team can manage to lose even if they
win the first four places. In other wor-
ds, no onerunner can carry the team.
And yet that is the situation facing
both Michigan's men's and women's
teams as they head into their season
openers tomorrow. The men are at
East Lansing for the Michigan Open
and the women are at Columbia, for
the Missouri Invite.
EACH SQUAD had its star: Chris
Brewster and Sue Schroeder.
Schroeder is a two-time All-
American, and Brewster made the
NCAA finals of the men's 10,000
meters last spring. If either has a bad
day at the races, the situation would
"If Sue has a bad day, there's no one
to take up the slack," said women's
head coach Sue Parks. "Part of our
strategy is how she can win the race."
In last year's Big Ten meet,
Schroeder faded away and came in
13th while " the team, expected to
contend for the title, finished
a distant third.
WARHURST is more pithy on his
leader, Brewster: "We need him."
"Need" may even be an under-
statement. With three runners out -
Marty Newingham with a foot injury,
Joe Schmidt with the flu, and Tim
Fraleigh with strep throat' - a
Brewster off-day may be too much for
the team to bear.
"I'm not going to lie and say that
I'm not going to do well," foamed
Brewster, who is ready to tap his
potential after two somewhat disap-
pointing seasons. "(But) i think the
bigger concern is the team. We're a
AND THE opponents at this
Michigan Open, the first ever, aren't
slouches. Eastern Michigan,
although not as talented as the
Wolverines, has two meets and a mon-
th of practice behind it (Michigan has
two weeks). Michigan State returns
five starters from last years squad.
Still, a poor performance won't
"I don't particularly care how we do
early in the season," he said. Last
year, Michigan finished sixth in it's
opener, the Notre Dame Invite, but
came on strong at the end to take
eighth in the NCAA.
The women, however, view the out-
come of the Missouri Invite more im-
portantly. "It (the invite will be a
good indication of how good we are,"
Along with several Big Eight teams,
tomorrow's women's meet will also
feature Illinois, one of the better
squads in the Big Ten.
Ironically, a Wolverine victory over
the Illini may do more harm than
good, according to Parks. "If we beat
Illinois, it will put the pressure on us.
People will start asking if we can beat
Wisconsin (the premier women's
cross country team in the nation). On
the other hand, it would be nice to beat
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If Don Canham ever gets tired of Michigan,
he would have no trouble moving to Las
Vegas and replacing Jimmy the Greek.
The Wolverine Athletic Director showed off
his skill as a college football forecaster last
week by going an awesome 9-1 in the Daily
line. Canham's near-perfect prognostications
equaled last year's top mark by a guest
guesser, set by women's athletic director
Phillis Ocker. -
Of course if Canham heads west to Sin City,
one person he might want to take along is his
publicity man and this week's guest - sports
information director Bruce Madej.
The fourth-year SID, accused in the past of
being a mafia kingpin in both Vegas and
Atlantic City, says he hoped to one day be
selected as the guest for the Daily line.
"I always look at the guest picks at home
and say, 'I can do better than that'," said
Madej, whose worst fear in the world is going
3-7 this week.
With his vast store of sports knowledge,
though, Madej should be able to do at least a
game or two better than the dismal record he
fears. With the intelligence of the Daily foot-
ball staff, however (31-9 last week), Madej
could easily end up looking bad.
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GREEN BAY, Wisc. (AP) - Wide
receiver John Jefferson was traded
yesterday to the Cleveland Browns,
one day after ending a long holdout
and signing a one-year contract with
the Green Bay Packers, the Packer
"As far as I know, -he's on his way
to Cleveland," said Green Bay Coach
Forrest Gregg. "I never laid eyes on
"He plays for them. They pay him"
Gregg said, adding that there had
been a "mutual understanding" that
Jefferson wouldn't be playing for, the
Packers this season.
In return, the Packers received an
undisclosed 1987 draft choice fro-r
Cleveland and the National Football's
League rights to Tom Robison, a- 6-
foot-5, 293-pound offensive tackle who
currently is the property of the New
Jersey Generals of the United States
Football League. Robinson played
with the Houston Gamblers last
season, but the team merged with
New Jersey after the season ended.,
"We've been talking to Cleveland
for some time about this," Gregg
said. Gregg added about Robison
who played college ball at Texas
A&M: "I don't know if we'll get him..
He's under contract. We can't do
anything to pursue him ."
Cleveland chose Robison in the
second round of the 1984 supplemental
draft, the Packers said.
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